Hedgehogs are one of the nation’s favourite species, yet there’s a worrying decline in numbers. The Regent’s Park is the only central London Royal Park with a breeding population.
‘Green Fingers in the Park‘ is a project where children and local community groups can get their hands dirty and make a real difference to their local green space.
Beverley Brook - a 14.3km stretch of river that passes through Richmond Park - is being restored by The Royal Parks to help the river meet its environmental targets.
Learn about the improvements made to the Isabella Plantation as a result of a Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund ‘Parks for People’ award.
Greenwich Park Revealed is the Royal Parks’ four year park restoration project to reveal, restore, protect and share the park’s unique heritage. Find out more.
Preventative measures to reduce the risk of transmission of non-native invasive species, pests and pathogens. Good practice involves early detection of pests, ongoing surveillance and contingency planning.